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Why You Need to Read: “The Year of the Witching”

The Year of the Witching By: Alexis Henderson Published: July 21, 2020 Genre: Dark Fantasy/Occult Fiction             Immanuelle had always felt a strange affinity for the Darkwood, a kind of stirring whenever she neared it. It was almost as though the forbidden wood sang a song that only she could hear, as though it was daring… Continue reading Why You Need to Read: “The Year of the Witching”

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Why You Need to Read: “The Sisters of the Winter Wood”

The Sisters of the Winter Wood By: Rena Rossner Published: September 25, 2018 Genre: Fantasy, Magic Realism, Folklore, Historical Fiction             “…Everything makes sense suddenly, and yet nothing makes sense at all.             There have always been rumors about the Kodari forest and the hidden things within it.             Now, I know we are a part of that… Continue reading Why You Need to Read: “The Sisters of the Winter Wood”

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TV Episode Review: “Deadly Class: Kids of the Black Hole”

Note: There are some minor spoilers in this review. You have been warned.              It’s the buildup to the final showdown and the kids decide to have fun before the big fight, which is during Christmas Break. Chester has gathered his posse at the house he has taken over and continues his torture, with Chico’s head… Continue reading TV Episode Review: “Deadly Class: Kids of the Black Hole”